We finished the booth display panels last night and the graphics panels came in too with David Ashdown. He handled everything rom business cards to display panels and much more behind the scenes stuff. Another concern was resolved at 4pm when an eighteen-wheeler rolled by the driveway with the books and DVDs we needed for the show shrink-wrapped to a pallet. Everything worked well and I am thankful for the hard work everyone has done to make this happen.
I am traveling with Tom down to Baltimore. The cold weather remains but Baltimore will hopefully be warmer being further south. This has been a highly demanding week for everyone. The school continues to be built and there is much to do, but with willing hearts we will be ready for the classes quite soon. Our schedule is ready now and so at the show we will be promoting the workshops as we teach the Masterclasses. Also, talking of schedule; please see our UK schedule which is up until summer now. I will be teaching on both continents so that will be a different for me.
At the show this weekend and next weekend we will be available to talk about all aspects of woodworking and so if you have questions and are at the show please feel free to stop by the booth at #112. byt the education stage.
it does look like the show will have a lot to offer throughout both weekends in Baltimore, MD and Springfield, MA so please stop in and see what woodworking is happening there and I hope to see you later.